Online courses allow you the flexibility of completing class work outside the traditional classroom, whether you are an admitted UO student or not. Find out how to search the class schedule for the full list of online courses.


The University of Oregon offers online courses from a number of academic programs, including online masters programs in Sports Product Management, Psychology, Applied Behavior Analysis, and Immersive Media Communication.

No fully online undergraduate degree programs are offered at this time.


Courses offered online follow the regular UO term schedule and can be found in the UO Schedule of Classes.

For instructions on how to search for courses offered online, visit the Course Schedule page.

Current Students

  1. Search the University of Oregon Class Schedule at by selecting a term and then selecting 'Distance Education/On-Line' in the 'Distance Ed/Off Campus' row.
  2. Register for online classes via DuckWeb.
  3. Log in to Canvas on the first day of the term to find your online course.

More information is available about course schedules and descriptions, tuition and fees, grades and testing, course materials and textbooks, and the many online resources available to you.

Non-admitted Students

Online courses at the University of Oregon are available to non-admitted students through the Community Education Program, or CEP. CEP is a student status that allows you to take classes for credit—on campus or online without formally applying for admission. Complete the CEP eligibility form at and follow the instructions to receive your student ID number and PAC, activate your DuckID, and register.

Former UO Students

If you were previously enrolled in a University of Oregon degree program but have not registered for classes in four or more terms, you will need to submit a re-enrollment form with the Office of the Registrar before you can register for any classes, including UO Online classes. Check with the Office of the Registrar if you have questions about your status.

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